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I have the same rights on the directory and it worked first fine. Can any one point me in the good direction? It calls the mkdir function. Is there any way to fix that? ---- Urgent issue? http://justjoomla.net/failed-to/failed-to-retrieve-data-nhl-17.html

Posts: 6 Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply iRedMail →iRedMail Support →Fatal: Failed to create sieve storage with data Currently installed 3 official extensions. Generated in 0.049 seconds (86% PHP - 14% DB) with 9 queries You probably want it to > return "home", and have default_mail_env as: > > default_mail_env = maildir:%h > > Also earlier Dovecot versions didn't try to create directories for the > Name: PGP.sig Type: application/pgp-signature Size: 186 bytes Desc: This is a digitally signed message part URL: Previous message: [Dovecot] failed to create storage data Next message: [Dovecot] failed to create

May 10, 2016: iRedMail-0.9.5-1 has been released. I didn't changed it. So the question is, why is dovecot not able to deal with this situation? Query: CAPABILITY I discovered in the mail logs the real error was like this: Apr 1 04:28:38 smaug imap(mcfletch): Invalid mbox file /var/mail/mcfletch: No such file or directory Apr 1 04:28:38

[Dovecot] Failed to create storage with data Tim Middleton x at Vex.Net Thu Apr 1 14:06:29 EEST 2004 Previous message: [Dovecot] Re: Rogue child imap processes when using Mac imap clients Directory permissions seem okay. /usr/mail is drwxrwxrwt (note: /var/mail is a symlink to /usr/mail on this system). i'll check the documentation again to ensure that my options are set properly, and see if "maildir:" is missing, though i doubt that this could be the cause of my problems Anyone can help ?

But I'd still like to know why the server is having the problem, if anyone can make any suggestions. -- Tim Middleton | Cain Gang Ltd | "Are the gods not But now I want to add another account and now it said 'Failed to create storage with data' What is the problem? Searching google i saw the suggestoin to one preson that it was actually the ~/mail directory unable to be created, but this is not the case in my test above, as Worked through the namespace hell with current users.

It worked with 2 other accounts, > but new created accounts did not work. > I have in the database for the maildir: mydomain.nl/info (this is for > the account info Next message: [dovecot] Re: Failed to create storage with data: :: Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] # dovecot.conf: protocols = imaps btw i run both imap and pop3 daemons, and the same problem arises with imap. greetings, Alex Previous message: [Dovecot] failed to create storage data Next message: [Dovecot] Maildir Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] More information

Some webmail (squirrelmail) users noticed that when they tried to login they would jus get this error: ERROR: ERROR : Connection dropped by imap-server. Sounds like the automatic detection for >the mailbox location ran into some problems. > Hello, I left the default_mail_env empty. I get the following error > message: > Failed to create storage with data: /var/mail/vhost/example.com/foo > > i'm quite sure it is not a permission related problem (i made > /var/mail/vhost/example.com Next message: [dovecot] Re: Failed to create storage with data: :: Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] More information about the dovecot

Platform is FreeBSD 4.9. this contact form You probably want it to return "home", and have default_mail_env as: default_mail_env = maildir:%h Also earlier Dovecot versions didn't try to create directories for the new accounts, so maybe the problem Have you set default_mail_env? Hello, I return the path to the directory for an account with sql.

I choosed to look at the pop code to debug this. > Anyway, it looks pretty similar in src/pop3/main.c; it still seems the > "mail" variable should have "maildir:" in it I submitted that question in another thread of this list. But now I've hit another problem I can't seem to figure out. have a peek here I put in a chron job to touch into existance any non-existing mailboxes for everyone in the passwd file periodically, which mostly eliminates the problem.

Does it work with default_mail_env = maildir:/var/mail/vhost/example.com/%n ? currently looking at it, seems that i'll have to insert a sleep call just after pop3d's entry point ? I never have manualy create the directories.

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I get the message 'Failed to create storage with data' I have 2 emailaccounts which are working perfect and that worked fine. It worked with 2 other accounts, >> but new created accounts did not work. >> I have in the database for the maildir: mydomain.nl/info (this is for >> the account info I'm more of an IMAP person myself :) i did not look at the imap code but i agree that it must be very similar. These are new logins seeing this error, which do not yet have an mbox file.

And other account were created the first time. But could someone > tell me if the maildir directory should exist for dovecot to work ? > > In the case that the answer is yes, i would say in when i`m doing it once again it works. Check This Out thanks, Alex Previous message: [Dovecot] failed to create storage data Next message: [Dovecot] Help on dovecot, imap, maildir and subfolders Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject

I get the message 'Failed to create storage with data' > I have 2 emailaccounts which are working perfect and that worked fine. > But now I want to add another I'm not very fond of > solutions with scripts taking care of creating users. > > Thanks in advance for your answers :) > > -- > > \|||/ > (o I am using not mbox but maildir >> Must i do it differently in the database or must I set >> default_mail_env to something? > > > Are you returning "mail"